Jyske Capital advances on AUM from Handelsbanken acquisition

With the purchase of Handelsbanken’s Danish activities, Jyske Bank takes over 130,000 customers and thereby gains a tidy double-digit sum in DKK billions for the Danish bank’s asset management unit.

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Jyske Bank’s asset manager, Jyske Capital, increases its assets to manage by almost a third after the bank has acquired Swedish lender Handelsbanken’s Danish activities.

In late 2021, Handelsbanken Danmark managed assets worth roughly DKK 60bn (EUR 8.07bn), according to a presentation of the transaction announced Monday morning.

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